"The trip was pretty good," McCray
said. "Defensive end Sidell Corley was my host and I saw everything that I
wanted to see. I saw the campus, the facilities, the game and I got a feel for
the atmosphere in
"The main thing I wanted to see on
this trip was if I would feel comfortable there or not and I did," McCray
continued. "I felt comfortable as soon as I got to the campus. The weather and
stuff kind of felt like
The game day atmosphere was everything the 4-star expected and some.
"It was loud and there were a lot of people there," McCray stated. "I was on the edge of my seat during the game and I thought LSU played very well.
"On Saturday I also got to meet a few of the recruits, some coaches and LSU players as well," McCray added. "The recruits I met were Lerentee McCray, Matt Patchan and Arthur Brown. We kind of talked about LSU, the game, recruiting and just general stuff. I also met Ali Highsmith, Kirston Pittman and Glenn Dorsey. They seemed like cool dudes. Then I spoke with coach [Les] Miles and coach [Earl] Lane. They really didn't pressure me about recruiting stuff and instead filled me in with some information about the team."
Scout.com's #13 ranked defensive
tackle did not feel pressure from the Seminoles coaching staff either, but said
they did seem a little uneasy about his visit to
"Before I left for
So why did McCray take the visit then?
"Well I kind of liked LSU from seeing them play on T.V.," he answered. "It seemed like they had a good program and people around here are always talking about LSU so I wanted to see it for myself."
Did the trip change anything with
his commitment to
"I'd rather not comment on that right now," McCray said hesitantly.
If the FSU commit would reconsider his decision, would moving out of state be a factor?
"I wouldn't have a problem with it and that is kind of why I wanted to see if I would feel comfortable somewhere else," McCray stated. "That would be something that I would have to discuss with my mom though."
Note: McCray stated his team lost their first district game last Thursday and are currently 6-2 overall and 2-1 in district play.